EMUMAIL ("e-mew-mail") is a group of talented programmers, designers, and business types, united to bring custom tailored, cutting edge technology to the cookie-cutter electronic messaging industry.
EMUMAIL designs and builds communications infrastructure for ISPs,
corporations, individuals, and organizations worldwide. As part of a new
breed of service-oriented utility companies, EMUMAIL enables communication
by providing a technological foundation that bridges geographic, political,
temporal, and operating system distances to let people communicate.
We've been working with email since 1995 with the creation of the first
webmail product, EMU. Since that time we've aided in the delivery of
millions of messages at the Citigroup, UPS, University of California at
Berkeley, the National Standards Institute, and hundreds of other new-
economy companies throughout the world.
EMUMAIL's pioneering additions to the email landscape include webmail,
digital postmarking, email tracking, Palm-based delivery, and event driven
email communication technologies. We're dedicated to manufacturing the ways
you'll communicate in the future.
That's not to say that we don't understand the present. As email's
popularity grew, the management of the critical backend email services
became cost prohibitive for many organizations. EMUMAIL saw customers
frustrated with creating an email infrastructure that was capable of
growing with their needs. The company created an outsourcing division
dubbed "MailPort" to manage, serve, and administer the highly scalable
email systems that our clients requested.
EMUmail was founded by Matt Mankins, who now runs a bookstore. Headquartered in Brookline, Massachusetts, the company is majority owned by its President, Semyon Dukach.